^"G-d has no body, no genitalia, therefore the very idea that G-d is male or female is patently absurd. Although in the Talmudic part of the Torah and especially in Kabalah G-d is referred to under the name 'Sh'chinah' – which is feminine, this is only to accentuate the fact that all the creation and nature are actually in the receiving end in reference to the creator and as no part of the creation can perceive the creator outside of nature, it is adequate to refer to the divine presence in feminine form. We refer to G-d using masculine terms simply for convenience's sake, because Hebrew has no neutral gender; G-d is no more male than a table is." Judaism 101 （页面存档备份，存于互联网档案馆）. "The fact that we always refer to God as 'He' is also not meant to imply that the concept of sex or gender applies to God." Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, The Aryeh Kaplan Reader, Mesorah Publications (1983), p. 144
^Platinga, Alvin. "God, Arguments for the Existence of", Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Routledge, 2000.
^Jan Assmann, Religion and Cultural Memory: Ten Studies, Stanford University Press 2005, p. 59
^M. Lichtheim, Ancient Egyptian Literature, Vol. 2, 1980, p. 96
^Pantheism: A Non-Theistic Concept of Deity – p. 136, Michael P. Levine – 2002
^A Feast for the Soul: Meditations on the Attributes of God : ... – p. x, Baháʾuʾlláh, Joyce Watanabe – 2006
^Philosophy and Faith of Sikhism – p. ix, Kartar Singh Duggal – 1988
^McDaniel, June (2013), A Modern Hindu Monotheism: Indonesian Hindus as ‘People of the Book’. The Journal of Hindu Studies, Oxford University Press, doi:10.1093/jhs/hit030
^The Intellectual Devotional: Revive Your Mind, Complete Your Education, and Roam confidently with the cultured class, David S. Kidder, Noah D. Oppenheim, p. 364
^Alan H. Dawe. The God Franchise: A Theory of Everything. 2011: 48. ISBN 978-0-473-20114-2. Pandeism: This is the belief that God created the universe, is now one with it, and so, is no longer a separate conscious entity. This is a combination of pantheism (God is identical to the universe) and deism (God created the universe and then withdrew Himself).
^Christianity and Other Religions, by John Hick and Brian Hebblethwaite. 1980. p. 178.
^Aquinas, Thomas. Summa Theologica. Part 1, Question 3, Article 1. 1274 [2014-02-06]. （原始内容存档于2011-11-09）.